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Light harvesting

Strike while the iron is cold

Nature Chemistry volume 7, pages 861862 (2015) | Download Citation

For many years, chemists have tried and failed to find efficient light-harvesting molecules based on Earth-abundant, environmentally friendly iron. Now, an iron complex has been developed with photoluminescent properties that are tuned to efficiently convert light to electrons.

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  1. Elena Galoppini is in the Department of Chemistry, Rutgers University-Newark, New Jersey 07102, USA

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